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 Apr 14, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* MS approves first Server-level Defrag program

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Interesting news today; MS has actually certified a defragmenting program for Windows Server usage.

Executive Software(R) has announced that Diskeeper(R) Server Enterprise Edition is the first ever defragmenter to achieve Microsoft(R) certification for Windows(R) 2000 Advanced Server and for Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition. These advanced level certifications require stringent testing and compatibility with Windows clustering on their respective platforms.

Diskeeper Server Enterprise Edition is the fastest and most powerful enterprise class defragmentation utility specially developed to handle volumes up to 4 Terabytes. As well as defragmenting huge disks with its Terabyte Volume Engine (TVE), Diskeeper 9.0 can also defragment up to sixteen disk volumes (logical drives) simultaneously.
Yeah, it's not something normal defrag software can keep up with.

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